The Hummingbirds

Swing Harmony Trio

An exceptionally tight vocal harmony group, our singers’ beautiful melodies are note perfect
Vintage swing singers are perfect for any 1940s or 1950s theme, tea party or military event
Fabulous costumes, vintage hair and makeup, and sassy attitudes deliver commanding stage presence
Also available alongside a talented swing band or dancers to encourage guests onto the dance floor
Based in Exeter, UK, our vocal harmony group are available for international bookings

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Each classically trained and natural born performers, our Swing Harmony Trio ladies are a wonderful choice for any vintage themed event. 

Delivering a sparkling set of exceptionally tight harmonies, this melodious 1940s trio are a complete delight and sure to be a hit with any audience. 

Creating a fabulous vintage atmosphere in any event setting, our vocal harmony group will steal the show with their sassy attitudes and commanding stage presence. 

Just at home on the stage of a grand theatre as they are on the lawn of an afternoon tea party, our talented vintage swing singers can effortlessly hold an audience in the palm of their hands. 

Perfect for military events, weddings, special celebrations, tea parties, and any 1940s or 1950s themed events, our swinging vocal harmony group will be the cherry on the top. 

Always in character, these plucky vintage swing singers boast a multitude of fabulous vintage costumes. From all-out glamour in floor-length sequined gowns, chic military-inspired pencil skirt and shirt combos, and full 1950s print dresses, there’ll be an outfit perfect for the energy of your event. 

Always professionals, our Swing Harmony Trio are true to their craft from their heels to their victory rolls. 

With a vast repertoire holding both traditional swing and modern vintage hits, expect to hear the likes of The Andrews Sisters, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland and Ella Fitzgerald alongside contemporary numbers from Blondie, Beyoncé, Amy Winehouse and many, many more.

Sure to steal your heart and get your toes a-tapping, this experienced 1940s trio are a fantastic choice whatever your occasion. 

Top Tip:

Book alongside our Swing Harmony Trio’s affiliate swing band for double the fun and double the impact! 

Just one of a number of vocal harmony groups and vintage swing singers on our books, discover what else our roster has to offer. 

To book our sensational vintage swing singers, get in touch with our team.

  • Bei Mir Bist Du Schon - The Andrews Sisters
  • Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrews Sisters
  • Chatanooga Choo Choo - The Andrews Sisters
  • Don’t Sit Under The Apple tree - The Andrews Sisters
  • Dream A Little Dream of Me - Mamas & Papas
  • Get Happy - Judy Garland
  • Gimme Some Skin My Friend - The Andrews Sisters
  • Goody Goody - Ella Fitzgerald
  • Hit That Jive jack - Nat King Cole
  • In The Mood - The Andrews Sisters
  • It Don’t Mean A Thing - The Puppini Sisters
  • Lollipop - The Chordettes
  • Mr Sandman - The Puppini Sisters /Chordettes
  • Rum & Coca-Cola - The Andrews Sisters
  • Shoo Shoo Baby - The Andrews Sisters
  • Sing Sing Sing - The Andrews Sisters
  • Straighten Up & Fly Right - The Andrews Sisters
  • We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynne
  • Why Don’t You Do Right - Peggy Lee
  • Traditional
  • All About The Bass - Megan Trainor
  • Candy Man - Christina Aguilera
  • Could It Be Magic - Take That / Puppini Sisters
  • Crazy In Love - The Puppini Sisters
  • Heart Of Glass - Blondie / Puppini Sisters
  • Hit The Road Jack - Ray Charles / Sweet Sisters
  • No Diggity - Blackstreet
  • Single Ladies - Beyonce
  • Spooky - The Puppini Sisters
  • Stuck - Caro Emerald
  • That Man - Caro Emerald
  • Valerie - Amy Winehouse / The Zutons
  • Walk Like An Egyptian - The Bangles / Puppini Sisters
  • Modern Vintage​


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